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Eliminate dead symlinks interactively in /usr/ recursevely
Its not mine... I get from textlive migration in gentoo : http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/tex/texlive-migration-guide.xml

Trim linebreaks

Simultaneously running different Firefox profiles
After running $ firefox -ProfileManager and creating several different profiles, use this command to run multiple Firefox profiles simultaneously.

Fill up disk space (for testing)
Put into some file. No special purpouse, just for fun...

Display a list of committers sorted by the frequency of commits
Use this command to find out a list of committers sorted by the frequency of commits.

Colored status of running services
Replace service --status-all 2>&1 by service --status-all 2>/dev/null to hide all services with the status [ ? ]

View any archive
Part of the "atool" package.

Rsync two directories with filtered extensions

Find the package that installed a command

check open ports without netstat or lsof


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